sounds more of an 'IT rep' fuck up than hardware / software issues. Both O/S have their pros and cons, but as Woody would say "go with Linux" to get the best of both worldsI was just at an annual sales conference with a client down in NOLA. For two hours before the event started they were having a problem getting their multimedia presentation to work on the facility's system. Two hours of "what version are you running?", and "update the drivers", and the dreaded "blah, blah, blah, registry" on three different Windows machines.
Finally, with 10 minutes to go, I offered to let them try it on my 8 year old MacBook Pro. They plugged it in and it worked, they ran the whole event on my outdated, beat up laptop.
IT pros love Windows because it provides job security. Nothing more.
Very debatable!Correct, but then you realize the build quality and software are better.
I have both.Correct, but then you realize the build quality and software are better.
Have fun with your Samsung tablet. :applouse: